Cornwall-based charity ShelterBox continues to help with the migrant crisis in Greece.
Aid workers are on the island of Lesbos delivering tents to Syrian refugees, for many of whom Greece is a gateway to the rest of Europe.
Sam Hewett, who is part of the team on the island, told us more aid is needed.
A quiet day in terms of people arriving is about 1200 people. A busier day is 2,000, and it's predicted that it'll be up to 3,000 people per day arriving in Greece and on Lesbos for the next two months.
The Cornish charity Shelterbox is providing help to thousands of migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos. They've arrived from Turkey, although many began their journeys in Syria or Afghanistan.
"The situation on Lesbos is unlike most other humanitarian crises in that the population needing help is transitory, only staying for as long as it takes to get the necessary papers allowing onward travel."
ShelterBox has had a team on Lesbos assessing needs and talking to local officials about how it can help. Now, later this week, a second team will return to oversee the distribution of 100 tents across the islands, with 70 of these allocated to Lesbos. Here they will be allocated to create a new site, and to ease pressures on the existing camps
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